Adolf Hitler’s darkest secret is about to cross paths with the time-traveling Bad Love Gang on their quest to save the life of one of their members from a fate of terminal breast cancer. Back from their mission to save the Republic of Azur from volcanic destruction in Bad Love Beyond, the Bad Love Gang are knighted in a royal ceremony and celebration for the ages at the Queen’s Palace on Planet Azur. Blue Nova One gives Bubble Butt the cure for Hannah Lieb’s breast cancer and a secretive rescue device. The Bad Love Gang returns to Earth to deal with the KGB and plan their time-travel trip back to World War II Europe to find Hannah Lieb.
Before they can get the cure to Hannah, the gang meets with British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, in April 1945. Churchill informs them that British SOE spies have uncovered Hitler’s darkest wartime secret called the “Black Hole Project.” Hitler plans to escape the Battle for Berlin and take his evil agenda to the future. Using their expertise in time-travel and British de Havilland Mosquito bombers, Churchill sends the Bad Love Gang on a do-or-die mission deep into Nazi Germany to try and discover the secrets of the Black Hole and then destroy it, ruining Hitler’s horrifying end game. If they succeed, they must then find Hannah to give her the life-saving medicine. Can they triumph?
As much as I have enjoyed the previous three books in the Bad Love Book Series, Dr. Kevin L. Schewe’s latest book– “BAD LOVE MEDICINE” – takes his endearing characters to their next level! Without a doubt the best tale in the series yet, this novel intermixes themes of history, sci-fi and music together to craft a winning story that takes the reader to the edge of their seat. From the depths of the Universe to World War II Germany, it all comes together in this book. Schewe portrays his characters so realistically that you’d swear you already know them, and researches his topics thoroughly, bringing a high level of realism
to his stories. Fantastic yet grounded, “BAD LOVE MEDICINE” will leave you desperate for more, just as it did me.
Kathryn Raaker, Radio/TV Host & Author
June 9, 2021
Like a perfectly cut 58 facet red diamond, Dr. Schewe’s latest book is a rare gem. It has it all ...humor, excitement, tragedy and romance interwoven with fascinating physics and complex biology that’s easy to understand from this masterful author. This time the Bad Love Gang is dealing not only with saving a single life but multiple future lives if the “guttersnipe” Hitler manages to maneuver himself into the future. The Bad Love Gang must ride again to save humanity.
In these days, when UFO sightings are becoming more common in the mainstream, it gives a realism to the story. “Bad Love Medicine” provides the reader with a fascinating, behind the scenes view of the Nazi Party and Hitler’s inner secrets; their initial inexorable energy and
euphoria followed by the disconsolate stupor and detachment that ultimately defined and beclouded their judgment. Injecting fascinating facts into the story assured the tremendous character development. We weep when they weep, were angered when they’re wronged, and we leap for joy and delectation when they succeed. The book is full of anfractuous underpinnings that piques one’s interest at every turn.
From the details of Churchill’s favorite Cuban cigars, elite British espionage units, the inner workings of WW2 military aircraft to the complex world of breast cancer genetics and nuclear physics ... the book has a taste to whet any appetite. The way in which popular classic tunes are sprinkled in will bring a smile to any music buff while providing levity for such a deciding event that could have changed the course of human history.
“Bad Love Medicine” epitomizes the importance of saving one life and how the implications can be far reaching for the betterment of humanity. The book reminds me of the sayings/quotes from “Schindler’s List” and the Talmud, “Whoever destroys a soul, it is considered as if he destroyed an entire world. And whoever saves a life, it is considered as if he saved an entire world.” Time is of the essence. If history was taught this way in school, everyone would be a scholar and educating ourselves not only about our accomplishments but the horrors of the past that should awaken and give insight to the path of a better future.
Dr. David Holladay
June 4, 2021
Dr. Kevin L. Schewe, oncologist, entrepreneur, and the prolific author of the Bad Love series brings us another entertaining and thrilling volume, Bad Love Medicine. This blockbuster fourth book reunites
characters and story lines from the three previous books in another explosive installment that ties the pieces together and continues the fast paced action.
Picking up where Bad Love Beyond left off, with the impressively skilled gang of time and space traveling teenagers on a quest to the Planet Azur, we find our heroes partying down with the Azurians to celebrate their heroic and successful attempt to divert a devastating volcanic threat. To thank them, Queen Blue Nova One gives them an advanced gene therapy medicine that will prevent “Meatball’s” girlfriend Hannah from developing breast cancer (as seen in Bad Love Beyond). At the same time Blue Nova One reveals that prior to meeting the Gang in China (Bad Love Tigers), she and her husband had been harvesting blue exotic matter in the Black Forest region of Germany, resulting in the tragic death of her husband and potential loss of containers of blue exotic matter into the hands of the Nazis. She secretly gives BB “Bubble Butt” Schafer a device that can rewind time by 30 seconds and call her from Azur into the action, ready to help.
Past danger and present threats loom all at the same time, with the Bad Love Gang’s nemesis, Russian sleeper agent Borya Krovopuskov still at large in the present and with Hitler having captured Azurian blue exotic matter in WWII Germany. Hitler instructs his physicists to build the “Black Hole Project” and makes a secret plot to travel forward in time and re-emerge later in history. The future of the world and the future of Meatball’s love are both at stake, making it necessary for the gang to use the White Hole Project to return to WWII London, meet with Winston Churchill, and develop a plan to both foil Hitler and find Hannah. Can they locate Hannah and give her the medicine that will prevent her illness? Can they thwart Hitler’s plan to bring his evil philosophies and regime to the future? Will they need to use the mysterious rewind device and call Queen Blue Nova One to help?
With its entertaining dialogue, Schewe’s trademark historic details, and built in soundtrack, Bad Love Medicine is the sci-fi history mashup that will cure your boredom and keep you on the edge of your seat.
If you’re looking for the perfect adrenaline-fueled summertime read, look no further, because the Bad Love Gang is back and kicking butt!
June 3, 2021
MAGNUM OPUS describes Dr Schewe’s latest time travel escapade, Bad Love Medicine, in the Bad Love Book Series.
His artistic ease of combining familiar historical events with cataclysmic fiction is exhilarating. Compelling storytelling transports the reader via time travel, from Hitler and cancer cells, to the Beatles’ Abbey Lane without a hiccup.
The author’s use of historical description and scientific knowledge,
might lead one to believe that the author is an actual Time Traveler. Sir Winston Churchill once told the Bad Love Gang, “…. never give in.
Never, never, give in…”. They never do, but they also…….
“Live dangerously, have fun, don’t die.” - The Bad Love Gang
June 2, 2021